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CITEworld by IDG Enterprise offers news and technology advice for IT pros, business leaders, technology providers, and investors who want to ride the tidal wave of consumer technologies reshaping the business landscape. CITEworld focuses on the mobile revolution in the workplace, new-breed enterprise companies bringing a more consumer-like experience to the office, and new techniques and tools for developers who want to capitalize on this trend.

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The Great Tech Lull of 2014

The great tech lull of 2014.

The Two Most Important Things at Google I/O

Android for the developing world; Android everywhere.

Google's Conquest of the Internet With Android Marches On

What did Google reveal at the I/O conference?

Why the Health Platform Wars Won't Be Like Other Tech Rivalries

Are more players entering this space?

Amazon's First Fire Phone Is Just a Test -- With Huge Long-Term Potential

What does the Fire Phone mean for Amazon?

Decoding Satya Nadella's Microsoft

What does he mean by "ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence"?

The Apple-Beats Disaster

The deal makes no sense, and casts a pall on Tim Cook's leadership.

Why It Took So Long For Box to Seal Its Huge Deal With GE

"Big companies can only move so fast," a Box executive said.

How Mobile Phones Will Upend Global Finance

Forget mobile payments. Think lending and insurance.

How Simple Math and a Nike Cultural Imperative Might Have Killed Fuelband

No surprise at all.

Why Enterprise Apps Are So Important to Apple's Strategy

Tim Cook called the enterprise one of Apple's key markets. Here's why.

So How's That Cloud Thing Going for Microsoft? Pretty Well, Looks Like

Microsoft puts up a solid earnings report thanks to strength in its cloud offerings.

Not Android, Not iOS: One of These Others Will Win the Mobile War

And it's probably not who you think.

BlackBerry Opts Out of a BYOD World

CEO John Chen explains what he meant.

The Rumors Were True: Microsoft Drops Windows Fee to $0 on Devices

Microsoft plans to make Windows free for phones and tablets

In Cloud Wars, Don't Forget No. 2 Rackspace

Rackspace is in the mix of cloud pricing war

The Cloud Continues to Kick Oracle's Butt -- But Not Just in Technology

Enterprise software giant Oracle continues to struggle with its transition to the cloud.

Today's Wearables are an Overhyped Fad, but Wait a Few Years

Is wearable computing really the next big thing in tech, or just a bunch of hot air?

Box Files IPO: Big Losses Mask Bigger Ambitions

Cloud storage startup Box has filed to go public. Here's what was inside.

Bitcoin and Mobile Payments: Don't Get Your Hopes Up

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